CSX J767-21 is southbound at Bridge 41 in Independence, Kentucky leading a train destined for the Carrollton Railroad at Worthville, Kentucky.
The L&N company photographer has arranged to stop train 70 on a June morning in 1957 at the big trestle at Independence. Up front today is an A-B-B-A set of F-units (F9/F7/F3/F7). Lead unit 924 is... (more)
Running alongside Banklick creek is a monster Worthville turn with four standard cab EMD's climbing at a crawl up the grade.
Puffy clouds clear the sun just in time for a southbound to traverse one of the many scenic trestles on the LCL sub.
Northbound crossing Banklick Creek at MP 99.
A northbound freight drops downgrade from Bank Link and across the big trestle at Independence, KY, on the "Short Line" from Louisville to Cincinnati. The big bridge was a favorite location for pu... (more)
Louisville-bound #573 on the trestle over Banklick Creek
Certainly not the most common sight in 2011. A genuine L&N caboose on the rear of a road freight on L&N rails. Here we see CSXT 16434 (former L&N 6434) on the rear of CSX Q505-27 as it crosses B... (more)
CSX G200-15 crosses Bridge 40 / Bank Lick Trestle on former L&N rails. The train is southbound from Cincinnati to Louisville.
CSX S268-09 crosses Bridge 41 / Bullock Pen Trestle at Independence on its journey northbound from Louisville to Cincinnati with the "Spirit of Cincinnati" leading.
Northbound Autorack train crossing Banklick creek viaduct en route to Cincinnati, Ohio.
Southbound manifest crossing the Banklick trestle on the LCL sub.
CSX Q502-13 crosses Bullock Pen Trestle northbound to Cincinnati.